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Electrical Safety for Forestry & Woodlot Logging Operations (Guide)


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The Guide to Electrical Safety for Forest and Woodlot Felling and Logging Operations a guide to forest and woodlot harvesting safety in the vicinity of overhead electric lines is to:

Advise best practice for forest owners, forest managers, forestry and harvesting contractors and electricity network owners, for forestry work, commercial harvesting or corridor clearance in the vicinity of overhead electric lines.
Support achieving safe outcomes for forestry workers and others working in the forest industry.
Support electricity networks maintain safety and continuity of electricity supply via their electricity networks that traverse forested areas.

Persons who should refer to this Guide include:

Forest Owners (Large Forest Estates to small Woodlots)
Forest Managers
Harvest Supervisors
Harvest Contractors and employees
Electricity network owners (referred to as network owners)
Silvicultural contractors and employees
Forestry Maintenance Contractors

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